One thing that you can always count on with The CW – their actors will most likely appear on a different show. But being as we watch most shows on The CW, we’re okay with that. We were sad when Frequency got cancelled, because we loved the show. We also
I came into Frequency totally unprepared. I’d never seen the movie that inspired it, didn’t know any of the actors, and was totally devoid of 90’s nostalgia – or so I thought. My only interest in the show, and in the premise, really, was that the trailer said the magic
Warner Bros. Television has announced its plan for San Diego Comic-Con 2016. And prepare to squeal in absolute delight. The action kicks off Wednesday, July 20 for the studio’s annual preview night, which will feature the pilot debuts of The CW’s Riverdale and Frequency, as well as NBC’s Powerless and
Get a preview of what The CW has to offer this fall with its new dramas. During its network upfront presentation on Thursday, The CW unveiled trailers for its new fall series No Tomorrow (Tuesdays, 9pm) and Frequency (Wednesdays, 9pm). The CW also unveiled its fall schedule, which you can view
The CW has announced its freshman class for 2016-17. The network officially announced the series pickups of the Greg Berlanti-produced, Archie Comics-based Riverdale, as well as dramas Frequency and No Tomorrow. The CW also announced that it will not renew freshman drama Containment for a second season. Here are official
We miss The Tomorrow People – we won’t lie. So when we see our favorite actors from there doing good we get excited. Yes, we’ve seen Robbie Amell and Peyton List on The Flash – but we’re anxious to see them come to our TV screens as much as possible.